Some people consider BBC above SC: Rijiju said for documentary on PM – these people can go to any extent

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Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has tweeted about BBC’s documentary on PM Narendra Modi. In a tweet on Sunday, Rijiju said that some people in the country consider BBC above the Supreme Court of India. He is ready to lower the dignity and image of the country to any extent to please his moral values.

He said that the minority or every community in the country is moving forward positively. With these things, the image of India can never be tarnished by malicious campaigns carried out inside or outside India. Prime Minister’s voice is the voice of 1.4 billion Indians.

Some people in India have still not recovered from the colonial intoxication. They consider BBC above the Supreme Court of India. Anyway, there is no better hope from these tukde tukde gang members. Whose aim is only to weaken India.

RAW chief called the documentary biased
Earlier, former Chief of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) Sanjeev Tripathi said the documentary is full of biased and fabricated mistakes of facts. Everyone should condemn this documentary.

He questioned the intention of the BBC behind the documentary. He said that the 2002 Gujarat riots and Godhra train burning incident have been shown in the documentary. However, the Supreme Court recently gave a clean chit to PM Modi in the matter. The documentary claims to examine the tensions between Hindus and Muslims in India.

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The Government of India has termed BBC’s documentary on the Gujarat riots as propaganda against Prime Minister Modi and the country. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said in a media briefing on Thursday – We do not know what is the agenda behind the documentary, but it is not fair. This is propaganda against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Bagchi said- This documentary is an attempt to run a narrative of a special kind of propaganda against India. It is seen in the documentary that the people and organizations associated with it have a special kind of thinking, because there are no facts in it. It reflects the colonial mindset. We don’t know what is the agenda behind this? Read full news…

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